Thanks to everyone for your inspiring ideas about our AGED MUSLINS and NEW AGED MUSLINS. If you haven’t already, take a few minutes to read thru everyone’s terrific ideas – including some we hadn’t even thought of!
Without further delay, the winner of our random drawing is Christina Northern, from the metro DC area. We’re pleased to introduce this new palette to so many new fans, includung Christina, who commented: “What an interesting idea. I have not seen this kind of thing before. But Aged Muslin sounds so interesting. Can’t wait to work with it and turn it into something distinct.”
You’ll find most of the colors in your favorite local quilt shops now, and the newer saturated colors will be shipping soon.
And watch for details of the new Aged Muslins BOM, Stargazing, by Krisanne Watkins of Quail Valley Quilts. (shown here)
We always love to see what Lynn Wilder’s been up to, and this particular blog posts shows off her interpretation of Judie Rothermel’s PAST ENDEARMENTS collection. Judie’s mix of cool pinks and blues with warm neutrals create a beautiful trans-seasonal look. Once you’ve taken it all from this in-progress photo, be sure to read the full post at her Sew’n Wild Oaks blog, because there Lynn explains her Patchwork Math method for creating the blocks. Thanks, Lynn!